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    There's light at the end of the tunnel for the Wellington region's netball community
     17 May 2020
    There's light at the end of the tunnel for the Wellington region's netball community
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    Plenty of questions are still to be answered before Supercars can roar around a raceway in Auckland next year
    17 May: Plenty of questions are still to be answered before Supercars can roar around a raceway in Auckland next year... more
    One Lotto ticket is now worth $1 million dollars - winning Division One in tonight's draw
    16 May: One Lotto ticket is now worth $1 million dollars - winning Division One in tonight's draw... more
    Auckland and Queenstown have been reconnected
    16 May: Auckland and Queenstown have been reconnected... more
    Level 2 is well underway and many of us are now looking forward to taking a holiday somewhere around the country
    16 May: Level 2 is well underway and many of us are now looking forward to taking a holiday somewhere around the country... more
    The first few days of Level 2 seem to have gone off without a hitch
    16 May: The first few days of Level 2 seem to have gone off without a hitch... more
    Coastguard New Zealand is urging Kiwi boaties to check their engines before heading out on the water
    16 May: Coastguard New Zealand is urging Kiwi boaties to check their engines before heading out on the water... more
    Sounds Air is back flying under Level 2
    15 May: Sounds Air is back flying under Level 2... more
    Queenstown mayor Jim Boult has marked the Government's Budget seven out of 10
    15 May: Queenstown mayor Jim Boult has marked the Government's Budget seven out of 10... more
    Union threatens strike as Londoners pack trains and buses after coronavirus lockdown loosens
    14 May: Rail unions in England threaten to stop train services in order to protect workers and passengers after commuters cram onto public transport across London on the first day of eased coronavirus measures.... more

     Most Popular Recent Living & Travel News
     14 May: How has Vietnam, a developing nation in South-East Asia, done so well to combat coronavirus? +++++++++
     16 May: One Lotto ticket is now worth $1 million dollars - winning Division One in tonight's draw ++++++++
     05 May: A Dunedin Councillor's been caught with no trousers - and a feather duster - at a Council Zoom meeting ++++++++
     16 May: Auckland and Queenstown have been reconnected +++++++
     10 May: An explosive fire in a maintenance shed has brought a greyhound racing meeting in south Auckland to a shocking end ++++++
     23 May: More resources in the search for missing trampers Jessica O'Connor and Dion Reynolds ++++++
     05 May: A pair of socks - and a benevolent purchase - have won an Auckland man a million dollars ++++++


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